Microsoft, Google On Office Computing Collision Course

Friday Apr 16th 2010 by Staff

By the end of the year, both companies will offer office productivity suites based on the same architectural model.

InformationWeek: Not so long ago, the differences between the office productivity offerings from Microsoft and Google were clear: Google offered browser-based online services, and Microsoft offered desktop software. But by the end of the year, Microsoft will offer also browser-based apps, and Google will also offer desktop software. With such similar architecture and approaches, both companies will be in very direct competition in the office productivity market.

In this lengthy article, InformationWeek dissects which offering will provide the best option for companies with different needs facing different situations.

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